Top ten Red Sox who played in the Cape Cod Baseball League

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Aug 1, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Anthony Ranaudo (63) pitches against the New York Yankees during the first inning at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

Brewster – Anthony Ranaudo, SP
Boston Red Sox, 2014-
Brewster Whitecaps, 2010

The 6’7” righty made his Boston debut earlier this month, winning his first two starts. He’s currently down in Pawtucket, but the LSU product projects to play a role for the big club in years to come.

Ranaudo was untouchable in 2010 for the Whitecaps, throwing 29 and 1/3 scoreless innings and striking out 31 batters over five starts before heading home and starting his professional career with the Red Sox organization. Ranaudo also pitched for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox during the summer of 2008.

Bobby Kielty (’98), the fourth outfielder on the 2007 World Series champion Red Sox was the 1998 Cape League MVP, leading the league in hitting (.384) and RBI (45). He was elected to the Cape League Hall of Fame in 2005. First baseman Sean Casey (’94) was also a Cape League Hall of Fame inductee in 2003.

Other Brewster alums include catcher David Ross (’96) and sidewinder Mike Myers (’88-’89).